The first arc of this title comes to an end in a really fun, and funny way. Whilst this issue wasn’t really much of a team-up as Red Hulk spent the majority of it ‘dead’, it was a great showcase for Spider-Man and what makes him pretty much unique as a superhero. How many of you could have predicted that the terrifying Ra’Ktar would be defeated by Spidey pulling down his pants and revealing his Mole-penis? None of you, that’s who, and anyone who says they did is lying. Add to that fantastic artwork from Joe Mad who has really proven himself again here after the farrago that was Ultimates 3 and Zeb Wells’ brilliant dialogue for J. Jonah Jameson, then you have yourself a damn good Spider-book. Next month brings Hawkeye and Greg Land, let’s hope that story is as surprisingly good as this one was.